More scientific data has been collected in the last year alone than in all previous years since science began, a Johns Hopkins University scientist says.
Aircraft facing low-visibility conditions have traditionally been dependent on ground-based navigational aids to guide them to a safe landing. Even then, there were limits on the visibility conditions under ...
Like an interplanetary spaceship carrying passengers, meteorites have long been suspected of ferrying relatively young ingredients of life to our planet.
A historic NASA wind tunnel is helping test the prototype of a new, more fuel-efficient aircraft design. Boeing Phantom Works, St. Louis, has partnered with NASA's Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate and ...
Carnegie Mellon University researchers say the use of switchgrass could help break U.S. dependence on fossil fuels and curb costly transportation costs.
High-end audio producer Bang & Olufsen has introduced its first wireless stereo system for home use in North America.
NASA officials say the agency's chief of strategic communications, Joe Davis, is leaving to take a position with a private sector public affairs firm.
In response to his net neutrality amendment dumped from the House telecom reform bill last week, Rep. Edward Markey, D-Mass., introduced the Network Neutrality Act of 2006.
British wireless operator Orange UK plans to streamline its operations by, in part, trimming its payroll by up to 2,000 jobs.
A recent geographic literacy survey suggests young U.S. adults fail to understand the world and their place in it, National Geographic News reports.
U.S. officials are bemoaning the lack of a national livestock identification plan, saying it is hindering investigations into disease outbreaks.
Cingular Wireless said it is better prepared than ever for the upcoming hurricane season.
The U.S. government is requiring broadband and VoIP providers to pay the costs of providing monitoring access to law-enforcement agencies.
Nokia and ATI Technologies will work together to improve mobile multimedia service content.
Sprint debuted its first Spanish-language video and audio service for mobile phones in the United States Thursday.